1. Gdansk – Old Town

Gdansk, well-known as a maritime capital of Poland, is the city with more than a thousand year history. Enchanté with the beauty and class of renaissance and gothic architecture, narrow medieval streets and the wealth of museums' collections, you will be charmed with City's atmosphere, impossible to find anywhere else. Come with us to feel the magic on Mariacka Street, the most beautiful street ever!

Time3 h

 

2.  Westerplatte & Gdansk Harbour

Among Polish history, Westerplatte is one of the most important places for every citizen. First shots of the IInd War World started there. It is located on an island where the transport is reserved for ferries mainly. Definitely worth seeing not only for ones interested in history but also for pretty views seen while cruising to Westerplatte.

Later, we go to Gdańsk shipyard - an industrial area typical for maritime cities.

Time – 4 h

 

3. Malbork

Only 60 km from Gdansk, we enter a totally different world of knights, castle and medieval ages. Malbork, the city located in the South - East from Gdansk, is famous for them all. Founded in 1276 by the Order of Teutonic Knights, was the headquarter of Grand Master. Today, the castle is a museum. In its collection we can find weapons, clothing and amber too. In 1997, Malbork was signed in UNESCO list of the most unique monuments in the world.

 

Time – 8 h

 

4. Stutthof & Vistula Spit

The other historical place of Polish past is Stutthof - the oldest Nazi Concentration Camp in Poland. A visit is definitely interesting for those who want to better understand history and mentality of Poles. Another location, Vistula's Spit, is an excellent leisure place. If you like to swim and sunbath it is a place for you with sandy and amber coast.

 

Time – 8 h by car

 

5. Frombork

A small city on Vistula bay. Famous mainly because of great Polish astronomer and discover Nicolas Copernicus who spent thirty years of his life there. A visit contains a tour to Museum, his home and workshop where all the great discoveries were born.

 

Time – 10 h

 

6. Elblag & Ostroda Channel

Elblag, the city located in Warmia, is a kind of border between two provinces: Warmia and Pomorze. Renovated Old Town and interesting architecture are definitely two 'must-see'. It also has the longest in Europe (130 km) inland waterway system. The level difference between the first and the last lock is 103,4m. The waterway leads to the fascinating world of water birds on Druzno Lake.

 

Time – 10 h

 

7. Tri-City & Ostroda Channel

Together Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia are known as Tri-City. It is one of the biggest and greater agglomeration in Poland but well-known also abroad. City sightseeing tour includes all important and historical places, such as: Old Town in Gdansk, Oliwa - the part of Gdansk with famous Cathedral of 14th century, Sopot - a bathing resort and spa and Gdynia - the youngest and most rapidly developing Polish city with great potential. Altogether the City stretches for over 18 miles along the bay of Gdansk and is inhabited by almost 900 000 people.

 

Time – 6 h

 

7.   Tri-City

Full scale city sightseeing tour including all the important historical items, visiting the Old Town in Gdansk. In Oliwa, the part of Gdansk, there is a famous Cathedral of 14th century with splendid organ. The whole year the organ concerts take place here and in summer there is a Festival of the Organ Music. Sopot is a bathing resort and spa, famous since the 19th century. Napoleon's former doctor, Jean Haffner erected baths here in 1823. Soon, Sopot became a popular venue for relaxation. Forest Opera, situated among wooden hills is a big attraction of Sopot. Next to Sopot is Gdynia, a modern harbor, base for the merchant and fishing fleet and seat of the Maritime Academy. Sopot together with Gdansk and the port city Gdynia forms a municipal agglomeration inhabited by almost 900 000 people and called the "Tri-City". It stretches for over 18 miles (30 km) along the Bay of Gdansk.

 

Time – 6 h